What do helmet and hoodie mean? In Australian schoolyard terms "helmet" refers to somebody who has been circumcised, because the head of the penis looks like a helmet, and "hoodie" refers to the foreskin looking like a hood.
I thought the foreskin was the helmet. Did you?
Where do you get your information? Many of the entries can be seen naked somewhere on the internet, so happy searching. Others have mentioned it in interviews, comedy routines or in answer to questions on Twitter (sometimes from us). The rest are supplied by sources we trust. Our aim is accuracy, so any contentious entries will be removed if we can't verify them.
Do you just make these up? No. See above.
Why won't you reveal sources? We have sources because we don't reveal anything about them. We don't want this site to be creepy. "Someone saw him at the gym" is creepy. Never going to happen.
Why don't you publish photographic evidence? This site is not porn, it's not fetishist and you won't find nudity here.
[insert name here] isn't a hoodie/helmet! If you have evidence of that, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ronan Keating, the Burgess brothers, Ricky Martin, etc., aren't Australian! All entries have lived or worked in Australia and we happen to be aware of their status.
Will you remove a celebrity's name if requested? Of course, and we have.
Why do you use the term "intact"? Just say "uncut". We aren't here to offend people, and "intact" is the preferred term for many men with foreskins. The terms "uncircumcised" and "uncut" imply that circumcision is the default state, when in fact all males are born with a foreskin. You don't call a woman with natural breasts "unimplanted" or somebody with both arms "unamputated".
Do you prefer circumcised or intact? This site is not about that.
Are you circumcised or intact? That's a fair question. Of the four primary contributors to the project, two are intact and two are circumcised.